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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Philip E. Humbert 
 
 Article Title :: The Top 10 Requirements for Your Business to Become and Remain Profitable
 
We live in a relentlessly competitive world. The daily pressure to work "better, cheaper and faster" can make even talented business owners and entrepreneurs lose site of first principles. As you cope with the decisions and details of running your business, focus on the fundamentals! Regardless of the type of business or the products or services you sell, here are my suggestions for the Top 10 Basics that will make your fortune:1. Customer Benefits. You and your customers must clearly understand the benefits that your products and services provide. Most buying decisions are based on the consumer’s perception that a new color will add prestige or that a smaller, lighter product w  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Philip E. Humbert 
 
 Article Title :: 25 Super-Practical Steps to Build Your Business!
 
For the past several weeks, we have focused on some wonderful but (to my way of thinking) rather fancy ideas about life. I wrote about motivation (I don't believe in it). I wrote about sorting out priorities (I do believe in that!). And I wrote about the 4 traits of highly successful people. I love that stuff! But I believe most of you subscribe to TIP's for help in actually running your office from day to day. Most of you have told me you're professionals in private practice, or owners of small businesses, or a manager. And that means you must attract clients or customers, serve them very well, and earn their return business - and do it every single day.So. Let's talk about some p  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Bob Scheinfeld 
 
 Article Title :: Riding the Waves to Success
 
Last week I was confused and frustrated about a few things related to one of my businesses, and a bit upset with myself and "The Universe." As a result, I went into a deep meditation to get some clarity and help.In response to my questions and requests for help, my Director/Inner CEO asked to me make a shift in the way I was looking at my business affairs (although as you'll see, the advice I got applies to personal life too). He suggested that I start looking at the ebb and flow of opportunities in my businesses like it was surfing. He then gave me a really great metaphor and some powerful insights I'd like to share with you now.What do you do when you surf? First  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Etienne Gibbs 
 
 Article Title :: Enhancing the Motivational Climate of Your Workplace
 
It has been well documented that employees' productivity and job quality increase when we are made to feel welcome at work. In other words, when the motivational climate is enhanced to meet their needs they produce quality work at the 100% rate.The source that caused them to produce at such high standards came from their employer's attempts at enhancing the motivational climate. As a result, they came to work, not because they had to, but because they wanted to.By listening to your employees, they will tell you what you need to do to enhance their motivational climate. In the meanwhile, here is a checklist to help you get started. Ask yourself, Do I:* encourag  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Etienne Gibbs 
 
 Article Title :: Reducing the High Cost of Absenteeism
 
Employers pay a high price for absenteeism, often more than they may realize, in terms of both financial and production losses and employee morale. Managers may view the tasks of finding a substitute employee as a short-term inconvenience; however, absenteeism frequently has more serious long-term effects. Employers can, nevertheless, ensure that employees report in regularly and remain on the job.Before employers can determine the best way to combat absenteeism, they must identify the organizational and individual factors that contribute to the problem. Among the most common potential problem areas employers need to explore are the following:* Job satisfaction: Emplo  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: David Miles 
 
 Article Title :: New UK Laws on Staff Dispute Resolution and Disciplinary Procedures
 
October 2004 saw the introduction of the Employment Act 2002, which has brought a new approach to staff dispute resolution.It has long been acknowledged that disputes in the workplace are disruptive, stressful, and costly – both for employers and employees. Once time and legal expenses are taken into account, the average cost of an employment tribunal for a UK employer is £2,000. In addition, it is said that 50% of employees who take a case to a tribunal end up in lower paid or lower status jobs after the hearing, and almost a quarter find themselves unemployed.In a recent twelve month period, the UK employment tribunal service received over 94,000 claims. But researc  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jacob Madison 
 
 Article Title :: Hire People For What They Do Best
 
I recently flew from Seattle to Atlanta, I realized, just as we began our taxi, that it takes hundreds of support personnel to maintain a flight. I saw the woman at the check-in desk, security, pilots, luggage handlers, flight crews, air controllers, and the various staff physically on the tarmac doing whatever people do on an airport tarmac.Just as it takes hundreds of people to make a flight a reality, it takes a small army to run a business. One thing I have learned in my short-life of business, is the undisputable fact that one person can hinder the growth of a successful business.I constantly find myself doing ‘administrative’ things, such as following up on overdue  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Alicia Smith 
 
 Article Title :: Why We Judge
 
Judgment is the process of forming an opinion of something by making a comparison. While judgment can play an important role in decisions we must make to live productively, sometimes the thoughts we hold are what prevent us from having what we most desire.Judgments are based on thoughts we hold about people and things. These thoughts are the filters through which we view our world. The limiting beliefs that we hold about ourselves, about what we can or cannot do, are judgments.Judgments can be a tool that causes separation between people rather than bringing them together. Judgments play a significant role when it comes to marketing our business as well. How do judgment  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Vishal P. Rao 
 
 Article Title :: Hiring Your First Business Personal Assistant: Some Guidelines for Successful Hiring
 
Hiring the first personal business assistant is an exciting time for new business owners. It means that the business is doing well enough that the business owner can no longer keep up effectively with the demands of the new business. Sales are exploding, and time becomes of the utmost importance. Scheduling of business chores and personal chores can become very demanding and complex. This is the time new business owners often find themselves considering a personal business assistant.A personal business assistant differs from a clerical worker or secretary, as the duties are more diverse for a personal assistant. A personal assistant will do whatever is needed to make the business r  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Martin Haworth 
 
 Article Title :: How to Make the Best of it - Take Your 'Weather with You'
 
I once worked in a place where there were three lines of words, placed just before employees went from backshop to front of shop. These said:-Smile!Remember - you represent your CompanyDelight your customers. I realised I had choices right here.I could play a great part and have fun - make a customer's day (checkout this article here).I could show my feelings on the day and behave accordingly or...I could be charge neutral - a robot, doing my stuff - passing the time.Which one of those would be the best for me, for my employees and my business. How cool is it to be able to leave my troubles backshop and  (read full article)
 
 
 
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